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. this is her trying to deliver a petition at the embassy, begging president putin not to sign the law which he did today, destroying the opportunity she had with an american family. her story powerful enough for inbound but the russian president. >> president putin has just nailed the lid in the coffin. shame on him. shame on him for saying here's an ultimatum. i'm angry at u.s. for something else. let's use the children as pawns. >> mcfadden should know. she studied in moscow, ran her on adoption ascreen si for 20 years and her nieces and nephews were arrested two. the fraternal twins were premature. at age 16 both now americanized but have a unique understanding of this new law in their native russia. >> they seem very upset. i don't know where i would be if i wasn't adoesn't. the kids in the orphanages don't have many more chances of a life they can love. >> reporter: or a family to be part of. it's estimated there are 750, 000, orphans in russia, many no may not know a life fulfilled. >> i'm devastated for the families but for the children. they will grow up in an orphanage and will not kn
is closed. commissioners? >> i'll entertain a motion. >> second. >> commissioner low had a question, i beg your pardon. >> i was going to make the motion to move but also say, you know, if you've ever gone to these games to watch the kids play, there's some really talented players out there, it's a great program, i like what you do for the kids out there and i was going to make the motion to approve. >> so, it's been moved. >> second. >> seconded, all those in favor. aye. thank you. >> we are now on item 8, the san francisco marina west harbor. >> good morning, commissioners, i'm mary hobson, project manager of the recreation and parks department capital, i in the p.m. are in charge of seeing the ren vaetion of the marina west harbor, this is a request to approve an increase in contract value for our consultants, construction management firm four leaf, four leaf has been on site overseeing the construction of the project since may of 2011, during that time, they have been responsible for the day-to-day oversight inspection tracking of the schedule and budget processing change orders and es
at one time when then campment was there and to you know, like beggings and asking that you keep us in your good instead and keep us at jefferson when that renovation is complete. thank you. >> thank you. phillips and then debra king. >>> thank you commissioners i'll be brief my name is steven phillips i'm a photographer and a street artist in san francisco and have been on transportation since 1970 and used to live in jefferson and mason and walked down to the agency 'em cafe before it was a pier 39 and sat in the lumbar i can't remember the regard and i recognize how much this city has changed since then and it has made it one of the most remarkable water fronts and it certainly was not back then and i believe the street artists add a tremendous amount of vitality to this city and i'm also happy to be asked and answered question and is we get a dozen of them each day and when i'm across the street i love "where is market street," where is the ferry building," i can't tell you how many times i have been asked that question and i'm alms happy to point them in the right direc
of four americans serving their country, begged for resources. outrageous. this is so obvious, they have been exposed and we can't get the answers from the one person who can tell us what transpired. record of that everything happened that day. when she knew. >> eric: she has a concussion. headache. this is ridiculous. the state department, changing facts, changing talking point points. the "new york times" are out at the state department. >> bob: you never take their headline for anything but. this they said they would be ousted from the jobs they held. they were. that didn't say they'd be fired from the state department. >> kimberly: that is a joke. book why? >> kimberly: you think it's sufficient? >> eric: eric boswell, assistant secretary of state. for security resigned. >> kimberly: they were rewarded with another good job? that's bad case. >> bob: the other people are keer foreign service officers. >> eric: is this more of the same b.v. the obama administration? this is the obama administration. presidential appointees. >> greg: i don't think anyone is misled. blame this on fog of
" and this is not as serious as that, but it begs the question to make sure that the language is understandable english and in addition i don't think you're limiting the mailers just to the three languages of chinese, english and spanish; right? >> no, i don't think so. >> so you're including whatever languages are used by the city and county of san francisco in the distribution of election ballots for example? >> yes, as long as they're represented in the deep green district, yes. >> so you're going to have the mailers regionalized by language and geography and demographics? >> yes. >> all right. thank you. >> any other questions? >> commissioner moran. >> thank you chair. we received correspondence suggesting in our effort to fully inform everybody what opt out means that we're getting close to a opt in program that would violate state law, and i assume that we have looked at what the limits are that the law imposes on us. would you elaborate a little bit how what we're doing has been shaped to fit within the state law or on the other hand where is there jeopardy for us? >> so the notification and
is to say something that begs me to go back and interrogate it. >> oh, no. tavis: yes. >> oh, no. my first mistake, ok. tavis: yeah, you'll know next time you come on not to do that. >> right, well. tavis: so the mistake you made was suggesting, making this comparison between british and american actors when it comes to playing certain characters. >> yeah. tavis: at least speculate for me on why you think that difference exists. >> i think america wonderfully celebrates the individual. i think you are very good at saying "i." "i like this." i think generally -- tavis: that was very nicely put. we're arrogant, just say it. >> no, no, i actually do not mean that. tavis: we're not "celebrating the individual." >> no, you do. tavis: we're arrogant and we're pompous. >> no, i think that -- look, i am english. you cannot get more arrogant than that, i mean, come on. i think english, you apologize about yourself. we have a level of apology, of kind of going, "i think this -- sorry, sorry i think this." tavis: yeah, yeah. >> there is a general kind of do not stick your head up too high because it'
carolina, and the surrounding towns, basically begging for a kidney. did you think you would get anybody? >> no. i guess not. >> reporter: then why do it? >> i'm trying. i had to do something. >> reporter: it was really just a way to not feel helpless, which is why he was as surprised as anyone when the phone rang. >> i'm willing to donate a kidney for your wife. >> reporter: rang repeatedly. >> would love to find out how to be tested. >> reporter: hundreds of people who either saw his sign or heard about it volunteered. >> i've got two of them, and i only need one. >> reporter: so far, there's been no match, but at this point, he's almost certainly recruit enough volunteers and raised enough awareness-- >> i'll take your kidney. >> reporter: ...to save someone, which is fine by his wife. >> if i get a kidney, fine. if i don't, i hope someone else does. >> reporter: that's not good enough for him. >> i know it. >> reporter: that's why larry is still looking, still appealing to the kindness of strangers for the love of his life. steve hartman, on the road, in anderson, south carolina. >>
the security demands were being begged for? >> well, i think it is going to be three areas that she is going to face questions on the benghazi issue. the first is going to be, was she aware of the deteriorating environment and did she know there were cans for more security that were then denied? so did she know what the accountability review board releases last week in their findings blamed on midlevel officials, did it get up to her? that is the first question. the second thing people will want to know why didn't she testify? why didn't she go on the sunday shows like susan rice. >> she was tired. >> i mean, i think they're going to ask her about that. did she agree with the talking points? did she agree with what the is ambassador to the united nations said? i think finally, i think they're definitely going to ask hillary clinton about not just what the environment was like in the run-up to benghazi, but i think they're going to ask her, was she trying to normalize the u.s. posture in libya overall so there wasn't as much military? and why did she want to do that knowing that the situation
a political point. ben's father begging the president to think twice before signing the bill into law. >> just from father to father, president putin, i ask that as a father, just to consider what's happening to the families that are in process. let us at least go through the process and bring home our children. >> reporter: right now it's estimated 1500 kids are in the process of being adopted by americans. if the law goes into effect january 1st, it looks like those adoptions could come to a screeching halt. just heartbreaking for a lot of these families. erika? >> unbelievable. thank you, melissa. >>> in other news, the man accused of walking into sandy hooerk elementary school in shenandoah virginia with a 2 x 4 is in court this morning. 33-year-old christopher johnson wrote "high powered rifle" on the board. police say he made general statements about school safety. fortunately nobody was hurt. johnson is now charged with disorderly conduct. >>> later this afternoon, the first day of the nation's gun show chan untilly. the same group that interrupted the nra's news conference last week an
. being a mother of two and a nurse, she told us she wears scrubs or pajamas. she begged us to give her a brand-new style. let's hear her story. >> can you believe this family? we saw you in the crowd with abby's bottle hanging from her mouth. it's obvious why you deserve a makeover. but i know you have a special request for louis. >> change the hair. it's getting too long and curly and weighs down on the top. >> you hear her complaining you told me. it's all about being straight. >> constantly not being able to straighten it. . we're going to do that. are you ready for a break for three hours? i'll take abby. >> absolutely. >> what a beautiful family. >> sheena is here with her husband matt and their kids andrew and abby. they're going to close their eyes because they're little. big surprise. close your eyes. >> look at sheena before and bring out the new sheena deering. >> wow! >> they're already looking. what do you think, matt? >> it's amazing. >> turn around, sheena, and take a look. you're beautiful. >> oh, my god. i love it! >> i love that look. >> you can see the difference. loo
. ben's father beg president putin to think twice before signing the bill into law. >> just from father to father, president putin, i just ask that, as a father, just to consider what's happening to the families that are in process. let us at least go through the process of bringing home our children. >> reporter: right now it's estimated that 1500 kids are in the process of being adopted. if this law goes into effect january 1, those adoptions could come to a screeching halt. in the newsroom, melissa mollett, news4. >>> john mccain condemned the new legislation, calling it shameful and appalling. in a statement he said the effects are cruel and malicious. thousands of babies and children who had a chance for a loving home and better future will now be denied that opportunity. to punish babies and children over a political difference between our governments is a new low, even for president putin's russia. >>> more people wanting a chance to attend the inaugural ball next month, the limited number of tickets, the official ball will take place january 21st at the washington convention cen
, and begged them to please follow him. and then to go before them when they didn't, he actually read the serenity prayer aloud. he read it to his own members. he said to all of his members, "lord, grant me the serenity to accept the things i cannot change. that is not the prayer you say when you know what you're going to do next. it is not the prayer you say when you even have a plan. it is a prayer that you say when all of your other plans have, well, gone to hell. john boehner walked out of that conference with his members, and he released a statement that essentially said, i tried but i'm out. he wrote, "the senate must now act." senator schatz, that is where you and your chamber come in. now, at times in the last couple years this has actually worked. when the house can't come to an agreement with the president, the democratic leader in the senate, harry reid, and the republican leader mitch mcconnell have come together and they have saved the day. they did it again and again. it happened in 2010, when mitch mcconnell actually worked with joe biden to extend the bush tax cuts and
discussing the war on coal. that's a lot. why the false identity is the question that continues to be begged and hopefully we can answer. >> there wasn't a regulation that she didn't like and she didn't want to impose. >> can the coal companies breathe easier now? can we see new power generation happening in this country or are we going get someone just like her because they'll want to work for president obama? >> right. here's the thing. she was hailed by rolling stone as the most progressive ep achieve ever, but at the end of the day she was effectuating a radical agenda set by the president. this war on coal was set forth when he gave his shellacking press conference and said there were other ways to skin that cat. so you're going to get somebody who wants the job to effectuate his agenda and it won't be anybody much better, i suppose, but the good news may lie on what we find. there are 12,000 e-mails that by their very nature assuming the false identity that she didn't want the public to see and these on coal.00 e-mails addressing maybe there was news in there that was candid and becaus
not workingghardd enough. t also claims they get paid less than two dollars a month... and begs the reader to et keith says: " thissis someone really put their life this."not knowing what to do with the letterr.. keith posttd it on facebook. her friends urged her to contact the u-s immigrations office.... but officials say thhy can't verify the authhnticity of the letter..-&k some backlash for going ppblii and possibly puttingglives at risk. baltimore could see he effectssof an expected longshoreman strike... as soon as this weekknd. weekend.the connract between association and the u-s maritime alliance is set to expiie sunday.the key sticking point is over large containers and the payments that shippinggcompanies pay em. royalties to the longshoremen for the containers... bbt they want to freeze the pyments for current longshoremee and eliminate them for future hires. 3 the port of baltiiore ii one of maayland's largest eceonice ggrnerators so any type of p susppnsion or stoppageeof work would have an adverse effe. effect.the i-l-a represents nearly 15-thousand dockworkers a
. door> i beg your pardon. oh, effie, we have a visitor. do come in. oh thank you. do you always welcome masked men with such open arms? why shouldn't we? you have an honest chin. besides, we always say it's a man's own business to choose what he wants to wear. i wish more people thought that way. the reason i'm here... oh effie, the man looks hungry. offer him some soup. thank you very much. i'd like to stay but i haven't time. you see i'm trailing a man who just stopped here. i thought he might have harmed you. that nice man? he wouldn't harm a fly. i'm afraid he would, ma'am. he happens to be an escaped convict. oh he couldn't be. why all he wanted was some food for his journey. did he drop a hint as to where he was headed? not a word, mister, and we're not the ones to pry. then i better be after him, fast. oh, before you leave... i'm sorry, i really can't stay. oh yes you can. reach. drop them guns. easy. oh thank goodness you got back. we were afraid we couldn't hold him for you. you done fine ladies, just fine. you're even lower than i thought you were dooley: taking
a project that's authorized, that has gone to the corps for study -- i beg your pardon? the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. mrs. feinstein: may i ask for two minutes additional time, please. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mrs. feinstein: thank you very much. would essentially take a corps project that has been authorized and the study is being done. once the study is concluded, t the -- and it is cost-effective, the corps proceeds to construction. with respect to mitigation, what this amendment does is, as i understand it, is remove that authorization. now, i could understand how the language before was overly bro broad. what senator boxer and i did in an earlier amendment was narrow that language and we've addressed the shortcoming of the provision by striking it with an earlier amendment. that's amendment number 3421 and replacing it with new text. so this new text no longer authorizes an undefined set of projects. rather, it directs funding to be utilized to construct projects in areas that suffered direct inundation impacts from hu
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